More skillets over on my Instagram!
There’s no surprise I love skillets. Proof is in the pudding with previous recipes and also with about 50 upcoming skillet recipes. Check out the Instagram page – full of skillets. They are easy, they look cool, they don’t leach weird chemicals in your food and you can cook and eat in the same dish. What is not to love about skillets? Eggs, meat, bacon, veggies are great ways to fill skillets, but what else is good in there? A cookie, of course! This cookie skillet was an inevitable creation.
The use of sunflower butter via organic Sunbutter makes this cookie skillet extremely moist and chewy! The Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips are the most “paleo” chocolate chips I know of. Do you not think chocolate chips or chocolate is “paleo”? Well, then don’t include them. If you’re arguing chocolate chips and trying to make a cookie skillet, you probably shouldn’t be debating what is “paleo” or not anyway!
Keep note – this is still a cookie skillet. No matter how you try to rationalize this as being healthy, it is still a dessert! Eat it as one and enjoy it in moderation.
Get on with it and check out this cookie skillet recipe below!
- 1 1/2 cups organic sunbutter
- 1/4 cup Enjoy Life chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup raw honey
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup almond flour
- stevia to taste
- Mix all of the ingredients besides the stevia and chocolate chips. Add in stevia after everything is mixed to taste to make it as sweet as you want. CAREFULLY by the drop, however. You don't want to ruin this monster cookie.
- Spread into cast iron skillet.
- Add in the chocolate chips on top and lightly press in. You can mix them in if you'd like but I've noticed they burn on the bottom of the cast iron pan if they are touching and they look better on top anyway.
- Bake for roughly 10-12 minutes at 350 F degrees. The cookie shouldn't really be browned on the top like other cookies, but don't worry, it will be done. You can use the same test of inserting a toothpick or something similar into the middle and if it comes out clean, it is done.
by Anthony Gustin